Interview

Sawubona

Length: 4 min.
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Youth worker and community leader Orland Bishop explains the meaning of the Zulu greeting Sawubona ("We see you") as an invitation to a deep witnessing and presence. This greeting forms an agreement to affirm and investigate the mutual potential and obligation that is present in a given moment. At its deepest level, Orland explains, this "seeing" is essential to human freedom.

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